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Chevrolet - 2000 Impala
Chevrolet - 2000 Impala

Chevrolet - 2000 Impala

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Chevrolet Impala The Impala name was resurrected for the 2000 model year to replace the Lumina. It was built at the Oshawa Car Assembly in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Unlike the ear... More »
Chevrolet Impala

The Impala name was resurrected for the 2000 model year to replace the Lumina. It was built at the Oshawa Car Assembly in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Unlike the earlier Impalas, this one was front-wheel drive and was only available with a V6. This car was based on the GM W platform; 16 inch rims were standard equipment. A new Impala SS with a supercharged V6 was brought out for the 2004 model year.

This generation of the Impala (as well as the next generation) became a sales success, with 290,259 units being sold in 2004, and it became the best-selling large sedan.

The model years 2000-2005 with the 3.4L engine have the distinction of having the best highway mileage (32mpg) of any full size automobile sold in the United States according to the EPA, better mileage than the Toyota Avalon despite having a larger engine (3.4L vs. 3.0L for the Toyota).

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